RaidCall EMS One Fall Season

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[e][h]RaidCall EMS One Fall Season
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Poland Tychy
Number of Teams:
8
Format:
Online Qualifiers
Offline Playoffs
Prize pool:
$39,000 USD
Start Date:
2013-09-02
End Date:
2013-12-08
Liquipedia Tier:
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The RaidCall EMS One Fall Season is RaidCall EMS One Series's third and last events this year, with a total prize pool of $156,000. The offline finals will be taking place in Tychy, Poland.

Format[edit]

  • Online Cups
    • Four 12-team Cups.
    • Eight teams are invited (among them the top teams from last season) to each cup.
    • The current top 4 teams in the A-Series are also invited.
    • Single Elimination Bracket.
  • Qualification
    • The 4 cup winners and the top 5 teams from the cup rankings qualify for the group stages.
    • Three teams are invited directly to the group stages.
  • Group Play
    • The 12 teams are divided into three groups of four.
    • Top 2 of each group qualify for Finals.
    • The remaining two spots for the Finals will be given to teams from other regions.
  • Finals
    • The 8 teams are divided into two best-of-one double-elimination groups.
    • Top 2 of each group proceed to single-elimination playoffs.

Prize Pool[edit]

Participating Teams[edit]

StarTale(1)(6)
1South Korea JyU 
2South Korea MP 
3South Korea ksH 
4South Korea Gandhi 
5South Korea TenBird 
Vici Gaming(1)(4)
1China Sylar 
2China Super 
3China rOtk 
4China fy 
5China Fenrir 

(1) Take Five was invited as the winner of EMS One Americas, but disbanded October 19th, 2013. It is unclear which invite this opened up.
(2) The team originally qualified as Flipside Tactics, but was picked up by Sigma on October 22nd.
(3) Team ONE replaced Empire, who were unable to attend due to visa issues.
(4) DK was invited as the winner of 2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 League, but were unable to attend due to visa issues. Vici Gaming was invited as their replacement.
(5) aAa replaced Mouz, who were unable to field a full roster. [1]
(6) StarTale was invited as the winner of NSL Season 1.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A
1. Vici Gaming 2-0
2. Natus Vincere 2-1
3. Sigma.int 1-2
4. Team aAa 0-2
Group B
1. Fnatic 2-0
2. Alliance 2-1
3. StarTale 1-2
4. Team ONE 0-2

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals
Vici Gaming
2
December 8, 2013
Alchemist Bristleback Shadow Demon Pugna Leshrac
Chen Bane Clockwerk Shadow Fiend Juggernaut
15m19s
Clockwerk Pugna Rubick Chen Anti-Mage
Crystal Maiden Nature's Prophet Weaver Puck Abaddon
32m33s
Crystal Maiden Clockwerk Chen Storm Spirit Weaver
Elder Titan Batrider Gyrocopter Enchantress Windranger
64m16s
Alliance
1
Fnatic
2
December 8, 2013
Enchantress Luna Rubick Bounty Hunter Night Stalker
Crystal Maiden Clinkz Doom Windranger Mirana
26m16s
Bane Enchantress Mirana Lone Druid Batrider
Enigma Luna Alchemist Visage Bristleback
28m52s
Visage Luna Chen Bounty Hunter Dragon Knight
Elder Titan Bane Clinkz Alchemist Mirana
37m28s
Natus Vincere
1
Finals
Vici Gaming
3
December 8, 2013
Alchemist Bristleback Bane Clinkz Storm Spirit
Elder Titan Visage Lifestealer Enchantress Invoker
40m26s
Clockwerk Pugna Shadow Demon Dragon Knight Sand King
Luna Enchantress Rubick Windranger Invoker
48m56s
Elder Titan Rubick Leshrac Bristleback Storm Spirit
Crystal Maiden Alchemist Io Chaos Knight Weaver
39m10s
Alchemist Crystal Maiden Nyx Assassin Weaver Dark Seer
Visage Venomancer Night Stalker Timbersaw Clinkz
29m50s
Fnatic
1

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